Senior Training Specialist | Instructional Designer
Sandra Linton is a career training specialist who has taught thousands of students from large corporations, government organizations, school boards and small and medium-sized business clients since 1989. As an instructional designer, she has also designed and delivered more than 100 software training courses ranging from 1/2 day to multi-day training sessions.
Sandra has designed courses from the introduction to advanced level for the Microsoft Office suite as well as several courses for the Adobe suite of products. Recently, she has also designed and delivered courses on information and communications accessibility including Designing Accessible Word Documents and Designing and Delivering Accessible PowerPoint Presentations.
Over the past 20 years, Sandra has worked with several high profile training organizations in the Toronto area and is currently designing and leading Avantix Learning training courses on Microsoft Excel, Access, Project, PowerPoint, Word, FileMaker and Adobe FrameMaker.
As a lifelong learning advocate, she has also been a member and facilitator with the Academy of Lifelong Learning at the University of Toronto for seven years and has designed and led courses for both George Brown College and Seneca College.
Sandra is an active member in numerous Toronto technology, business and education organizations and is a regular contributor to the Avantix Learning blog.
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